As the chequered flag waved, Navarro held on to lead Pasini, Gardner and Fernandez into qualifying, with Marquez’ final lap bringing him a 2:04.787 to put him fifth. Lowes continues his solid form on home soil to take sixth, 0.262 off P1. The British rider was the last to venture below the 2:05 bracket, with Tom Lüthi (Dynavolt Intact GP) next on the timing tower with a 2:05.001. SKY Racing Team VR46’s Luca Marini went well in the final stages to claim P8, the Italian placing himself 0.004 ahead of compatriot Lorenzo Baldassarri (FlexBox HP 40), who ends as the only rider inside the top 10 to not go faster on Saturday morning. Andrea Locatelli (Italtrans Racing Team) rounds out a first to tenth covered by 0.7 seconds.